MeshWalk Palo Alto

29/06/2007 @ 23:01 UTC

Linkorama : MeshWalk Palo Alto - July 25th - request an invitation today! ? MeshWalk presented by MeshForum

Socialtext at YAPC

29/06/2007 @ 23:01 UTC

Linkorama : Socialtext at YAPC - A short video clip of some of the Socialtexters at the Yet Another Perl Conference

Sewn by Blythe: Nintendo

29/06/2007 @ 23:00 UTC

deusx : Sewn by Blythe: Nintendo - "I finally finished the Nintendo I have been working on for 2 weeks."

best of craigslist : I Puked at the MegaChurch

29/06/2007 @ 23:00 UTC

veen : best of craigslist : I Puked at the MegaChurch - Lesson learned: don't eat pork during long bike rides.

This sounds familiar…

29/06/2007 @ 23:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : This sounds familiar… - This sounds familiar…: it sure does...

Welcome to Treemo - Treemo: Media Sharing on a Mission

29/06/2007 @ 21:01 UTC

factoryjoe : Welcome to Treemo - Treemo: Media Sharing on a Mission - Treemo is a online and mobile community dedicated to sharing digital media, empowering self-expression, and transforming creativity into action. By offering an ever-evolving gallery of video, audio, photography, words, and visual art, Tr

Totally Uncorked - TIME

29/06/2007 @ 19:02 UTC

factoryjoe : Totally Uncorked - TIME - Awesome article about Gary and Wine Library TV. Tags: Gary Vaynerchuk, wine library, review, time magazine, garyvee

The Linux Alternative Project

29/06/2007 @ 19:02 UTC

joshua : The Linux Alternative Project

London 2012 Olympics branding film causes epileptic seizures

29/06/2007 @ 19:02 UTC

Eric Meyer : London 2012 Olympics branding film causes epileptic seizures - Remember: things that blink, strobe, or flash can trigger a seizure.

Cameron Moll : London 2012 Olympics branding causes seizures - Roger Johansson: "Recently a movie clip that was published on the official London 2012 Olympic Games website (Warning! Contains colour combinations that are painful to look at. Yes, really.) contained an animation that caused seizures in at least thirty p

DrayTek routers

29/06/2007 @ 19:01 UTC

nelson : DrayTek routers - recommended via a blog reader. $200+ for a home router, but apparently higher quality. 2800G specifically recommended

Bad routers (Azureus)

29/06/2007 @ 19:01 UTC

nelson : Bad routers (Azureus) - A list of routers that have problems with too many network connections, as per BitTorrent

Netgear FWG114P

29/06/2007 @ 19:01 UTC

nelson : Netgear FWG114P - Another candidate for a more robust wireless router

A man who lost 400 lbs.

29/06/2007 @ 19:00 UTC

cameron : A man who lost 400 lbs. - Warning: gross out potential. However, this is also one of the most amazing stories I've read in a long while.

iphonehints.com | internet, phone, music + life hacks, tips and hints

29/06/2007 @ 18:01 UTC

43folders : iphonehints.com | internet, phone, music + life hacks, tips and hints - Ethan's new site does a rare thing: it provides tips on actual things you can _do_ with your iPhone. Good start with the Smart Playlist post.

First attempted iPhone mugging

29/06/2007 @ 18:01 UTC

Eric Meyer : First attempted iPhone mugging - And it happened to Stephen Levy live on Fox News. Get that footage on YouTube, stat!

DSL speed test

29/06/2007 @ 18:00 UTC

nelson : DSL speed test - Zillions of these widgets on the net, but this one lets you compare to other ISPs

Record shop chain Fopp closes | News | NME.COM

29/06/2007 @ 18:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Record shop chain Fopp closes | News | NME.COM - This makes me tremendously sad. A large proportion of my student income was spent at their shop on Cockburn St in Edinburgh. #

Facebook is the new AOL

29/06/2007 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Facebook is the new AOL - while Marc points out it's just getting started; they're both right

factoryjoe : Facebook is the new AOL (kottke.org) - "...What happens when Flickr and LinkedIn and Google and Microsoft and MySpace and YouTube and MetaFilter and Vimeo and Last.fm launch their platforms that you need to develop apps for in some proprietary language that's different for ea

Linkorama : Facebook is the new AOL - Fast forward to Facebook 2007 and see similarities: If you want access to their big base of users, develop something in their proprietary language for their people who live in their walled garden.

Hiring: New York Times, Front End Web Developer

29/06/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Hiring: New York Times, Front End Web Developer - Hiring: Front End Web Developer @ New York Times.

Adolfo Bioy Casares and Jorge Luis Borges

29/06/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

cobra libre : Adolfo Bioy Casares and Jorge Luis Borges - "On Baudelaire, Borges complains that it is 'ridiculous to fill literature with cushions and furniture and show evil in a positive light. Baudelaire helps one gauge whether a person understands anything at all about poetry, whether he is an imbecile or no [via#

Mark Hurst: The Artist Richard Serra as Experience Designer

29/06/2007 @ 16:01 UTC

Khoi Vinh : Mark Hurst: The Artist Richard Serra as Experience Designer

Raid Bumblebee print ad

29/06/2007 @ 16:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : Raid Bumblebee print ad - Print ad: Raid, "The Flight of the Bumblebee". Great concept, great execution.

Jobs doesn't get mobile?

29/06/2007 @ 16:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Jobs doesn't get mobile? - MobHappy: Steve Jobs: Doesn’t Get Mobile, Completely Full Of It, Or Both?

hCard to QR-Code

29/06/2007 @ 11:00 UTC

factoryjoe : hCard to QR-Code - A script for converting hcards to QR Codes. Tags: hcard, microformats, qrcode

Twitter to nab VC funds? | Tech news blog - CNET News.com

29/06/2007 @ 11:00 UTC

factoryjoe : Twitter to nab VC funds? | Tech news blog - CNET News.com - "Part of that growth might be fueled by third-party mash-ups sites like Twitter Fan Wiki and Twittervisions, a site that shows "tweets" in text bubbles from locations on a 3-D map of the world. Stone said that he's found that users like

Tube Ticket Redesigns

29/06/2007 @ 11:00 UTC

jonhicks : Tube Ticket Redesigns - The Serif are collating ideas for a redesign of the London Underground tickets. Go to the homepage and look through the other entries. While you're there, make sure you subscribe if you haven't already, The Serif is a wonderful resource.

HandBrake :: View topic - HandBrake and Open Source - an end-user must-read

29/06/2007 @ 09:00 UTC

deusx : HandBrake :: View topic - HandBrake and Open Source - an end-user must-read - "Congratulations. You got the thread locked. And to my little amazement, it turns out you registered on this forum just to say that. Welcome to our little project. "

HandBrake :: View topic - README before suggesting a feature

29/06/2007 @ 09:00 UTC

deusx : HandBrake :: View topic - README before suggesting a feature - "I did not put this list together for fun. If you ignore this list and post a redundant request, your post will be deleted and your name will be added to the Hall of Shame at the end of this README."

mySociety

29/06/2007 @ 08:00 UTC

factoryjoe : mySociety - mySociety builds websites which give people simple, tangible benefits in the civic and community aspects of their lives. Tags: FixMyStreet, TheyWorkForYou, british, activism, Britain

TechStars

29/06/2007 @ 08:00 UTC

factoryjoe : TechStars - TechStars fills huge holes in the traditional hi-tech startup model. Seed funding. TechStars fills the startup funding gap by providing just enough capital to get your idea off the ground in exchange for 5% of the initial equity in your

djangokit - Google Code

29/06/2007 @ 07:00 UTC

factoryjoe : djangokit - Google Code - A PyObjC wrapper that lets you package a complete django application as a stand-alone MacOS .app that runs on a local computer without net access Tags: open source, django, offline, macosx, pyobjc

MusicBrainz Blog: The BBC partners with MusicBrainz for Music Metadata

29/06/2007 @ 06:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : MusicBrainz Blog: The BBC partners with MusicBrainz for Music Metadata - More on the BBC/MusicBrainz link-up -- Not only are the Beeb paying to use MB data on their site, the music experts over there will be helping update MB. This can only be a good thing. #

IMG_0243wm.jpg - Gizmodo

29/06/2007 @ 05:01 UTC

43folders : IMG_0243wm.jpg - Gizmodo - Captured by Gizmodo. Me interviewing the first person in line at the SF Apple Store. MacBreak video of the circus coming soon, and more tomorrow.

It's a click and drag situation

29/06/2007 @ 05:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : It's a click and drag situation - Oh, that is so totally awesome. Now imagine doing that on an iPhone.

Apple - iPhone at the Apple Store

29/06/2007 @ 04:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : Apple - iPhone at the Apple Store - Although there have been rumours saying that Apple have got plenty of iPhones available for the grabbin', this page on their website seems to indicate they're expecting shortages -- It lets you know which stores expect to have iPhones available the follow #

AT&T Internal Apple iPhone document leaked

29/06/2007 @ 04:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : AT&T Internal Apple iPhone document leaked - 65 page training PDF. Summary: Go to an Apple Store, not a Cingular one, unless you want to wait for them to faff around offering credit checks and trying to upsell you on Family Plans and accessories. (Sweetest detail: They have custom iPhone carrier ba [via#

WebShell

29/06/2007 @ 04:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : WebShell - SSH from an iPhone! AjaxTerm tweaked for the iPhone interface. [via#

nelson : WebShell - Ajaxy terminal emulator via a web browser; iPhone optimized

deusx : WebShell - "It runs on any browser capable of JavaScript and AJAX. You can use it from any computer or iPhone/smartphone."

Saltatory Software: Family

29/06/2007 @ 03:01 UTC

factoryjoe : Saltatory Software: Family - Family is a Genealogy application for Mac OS X that allows you to map out your family visually, associating images and files with each person and telling each person's story. Tags: Genealogy, application, macosx

Greg Packer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

29/06/2007 @ 03:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : Greg Packer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Wikipedia page for the guy at the front of the line for the iPhone in New York. He's quite the line-sitter! [via#

HTML Purifier

29/06/2007 @ 03:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : HTML Purifier - HTML Purifier: Chris writes about HTML Purifier, which is a standards-compliant HTML filter library written in PHP. Sounds like it'll be terribly useful

When hacks attack

29/06/2007 @ 03:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : When hacks attack - When hacks attack: a nice write-up on the London Open Hack Day event

Fuel truck meets glider

29/06/2007 @ 03:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Fuel truck meets glider - Fuel truck meets glider: it looks like 4G got hit too

iZoho - iPhone Office

29/06/2007 @ 02:01 UTC

factoryjoe : iZoho - iPhone Office - iZoho (no, its not an online desktop :) ) is an easier way to access your Zoho Apps on your Mobile…atleast, iPhone for now. Sure, you can use Zoho Apps in their current form on your iPhone, but there is lot of stuff you don’t need on

Microsoft and Facebook

29/06/2007 @ 02:00 UTC

nelson : Microsoft and Facebook - I'd forgotten that Microsoft has an exclusive ad deal on Facebook

Binary marble adding machine

29/06/2007 @ 02:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Binary marble adding machine - Binary marble adding machine. Watch the video.

django-openid - Google Code

29/06/2007 @ 00:00 UTC

factoryjoe : django-openid - Google Code - Tools for allowing your Django application to act as an OpenID consumer. Tags: django, open source, openid, simon willison

The Java Tutorials' Weblog : Weblog

29/06/2007 @ 00:00 UTC

jcgregorio : The Java Tutorials' Weblog : Weblog - But I want to go on record (once again), as saying that we do an extraordinary disservice to Java developers if we don't show them how to use the cleanest and smallest parsing APIs, as well as the huge, bloated APIs that our enterprise customers favor.

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